These next 5 weeks are insane for most of us, and it seems to be worse for those of us who call ourselves "Christians". There are the regular activities that happen: school, work, sports, boy scouts, piano lessons, gymnastics, private tutors, etc. And then there are the extra special holiday events: work parties, classroom parties, hosting, decorating, caroling, packing, t...Keep Reading
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People need Jesus. He shapes purpose. He gives peace. He has come to offer us life with God for all eternity. He transforms our today. Jesus is a Savior worthy of our worship. This is why we are a church planting church....
This past Sunday, 12/7, we had the joy of ordaining Eric So and commissioning his family as local missionaries in a refugee community in Riverdale, MD. Eric got to share their story and the church prayed for his family as they were sent out. It was a powerful time for our church family....
We're here! As Matt and I close our time sitting in a bumpy Penske, traveling over 1,000 miles in two 14 hour days, God is beginning a work in me. I know I should be excited. Filled with anticipation. Yet, as we plod through the remaining 30 miles, it hit me. This move is no longer surreal, but real. I'm not feeling so happy about the giant leap across the country from my ...Keep Reading
Matt and I are having our house "renovated" in order to sell it. Read, "destroyed." As everything is torn to shreds, God has been doing a work on me. I'm realizing more and more, a thankful person is a needy person. We've been living out of the car, packing up every morning, leaving at 8am and returning around 8pm. As we caravan Texas as nomads, friends have opened their ...Keep Reading
What if someone asked you, "How do you live in the gospel?" As Matt and I prepare to move, we have been on a journey through the New Testament and The Gospel Centered Life to answer it. How do we live gospel-centered lives? Philippians 1:27 commands, "Whatever happens, conduct yourselves in a manner worthy of the gospel of Christ" Sometimes, I learn best from the negative...Keep Reading